1 edition of A poetics of trauma found in the catalog.
A poetics of trauma
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Work of Dahlia Ravikovitch|
|Series||HBI Series on Jewish women & Schusterman series in Israel studies|
|LC Classifications||PJ5054.R265 Z87 2013|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781611683547, 9781611683554, 9781611683561|
|LC Control Number||2012025573|
The Poetics of Otherness: War, Trauma, and Literature | Jonathan Hart (auth.) | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. Read "A Poetics of Trauma after 9/11 Representing Trauma in a Digitized Present" by Katharina Donn available from Rakuten Kobo. The 9/11 attacks brought large-scale violence into the 21st century with force and have come to epitomize the entangleme Brand: Taylor And Francis.
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Chan's () description of a poetics of racial trauma as one that "meditates on the effects of racial injustice in the bodies of traumatized individuals" also informs my analysis and the use of. The Poetics of Transgenerational Trauma takes a wide-angle lens view at the pain, suffering, violence and trauma that is embedded within our world, but explores it through contemporary writings around trauma studies and ‘affect theory’. This theory explains how emotional feelings, those that motivate thought and action, are biologically.
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A Poetics of Trauma pays a thoughtful tribute to a passionate and unique literary voice whose works should not be forgotten "Jewish Book World" Ilana Szobel's A Poetics of Trauma gives the English-reading audience tools with which to begin a serious engagement with a poet who is just coming to be read in English "Nashim"Cited by: 3.
The Poetics of Transgenerational Trauma is a feminist experiment and encounter, staging literary testimonies of trauma and relational violence at the dynamic intersection of affect and trauma studies, and subject, text and society.
It is inventive, urgent, important and highly original. Meera Atkinson helps to define a new genre of writing that Author: Meera Atkinson. “The Poetics of Transgenerational Trauma is a theoretically robust, fluently written argument for the importance of 'literary testimony' and will quickly establish itself as necessary reading for scholars interested in the relationship of poetics, trauma and witnessing.
Its commitment to interdisciplinary reading is a clear strength, showing. Victims of trauma are faced with a dilemma: they may experience opening up and speaking about the trauma as a surrender of the most tangible reality in their lives.
This, the refusal to let go and give up the object, is at the heart of trauma, its great and perhaps only defence – one that it shares with melancholia. Ilana Szobel’s book, the first full-length study of Ravikovitch in English, offers a theoretical discussion of the poetics of trauma and the politics of victimhood, as well as a rethinking of the notions of activity and passivity, strength and weakness.
The Poetics of Transgenerational Trauma book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The first decades of the twenty-first century have 4/5(2). " A Poetics of Trauma pays a thoughtful tribute to a passionate and unique literary voice whose works should not be forgotten."— Jewish Book World "Ilana Szobel's A Poetics of Trauma gives the English-reading audience tools with which to begin a serious engagement with a.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Atkinson, Meera. Poetics of transgenerational trauma. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, (DLC) Crown, Kathleen, “ Reading the ‘Lucid Interval’: Race, Trauma, and Literacy in the Poetry of Ed Roberson ”, Poetics Today, 21 (), –23 Rankine, 24 Morrison, Toni, Playing in the Dark: Whiteness and the Literary Imagination (New York: Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, Cited by: 2.
Book Description. The 9/11 attacks brought large-scale violence into the 21 st century with force and have come to epitomize the entanglement of intimate vulnerability and virtual spectacle that is typical of the globalized present.
This book works at the intersection of trauma studies, affect theory, and literary studies to offer radically new interpretive frames for interrogating the. A Poetics of Trauma. The Work of Dahlia Ravikovitch. Click image to preview book. Author: Ilana Szobel Series: HBI Series on Jewish Women; Schusterman Series in Israel Studies The work of the renowned Israeli poet, translator, peace activist and Israel Prize laureate Dahlia Ravikovitch () portrays the emotional structure of a traumatized and victimized female character.
Ilana Szobel’s book, the first full-length study of Ravikovitch in English, offers a theoretical discussion of the poetics of trauma and the politics of victimhood, as well as a rethinking of the notions of activity and passivity, strength and : Brandeis University Press.
The Los Angeles Review of Books is a (c)(3) nonprofit. of documenting life after sexual trauma. Like her first book, artfully nurtured a poetics of trauma not yet seen in our American.
Peter Covino reads DeSalvo like a poet, distilling the significance of semantic and syntactic choices to identify what he coins as DeSalvo’s “poetic of trauma.” The essay makes use of Julia Kristeva’s notions of intertextuality and poetic texts to read three chapters of Louise DeSalvo’s Vertigo that Author: Peter Covino.
The Poetics of Transgenerational Trauma is an insightful companion to be taken up in one’s reading of familial trauma—a book that may shape not only the treatment of texts on this subject but the worlds in which they circulate as well. Katie Lally. University of California Santa Cruz.
A Poetics of Trauma Book Description: The work of the renowned Israeli poet, translator, peace activist, and Israel Prize laureate Dahlia Ravikovitch () portrays the emotional structure of a traumatized and victimized female character.
"A Poetics of Trauma pays a thoughtful tribute to a passionate and unique literary voice whose works should not be forgotten."—Jewish Book World "Ilana Szobel's A Poetics of Trauma gives the English-reading audience tools with which to begin a serious engagement with a poet who is just coming to be read in English." —NashimPages: A Poetics of Trauma: The Work of Dahlia Ravikovitch; Ilana Szobel; ; Book; Published by: Brandeis University Press; View contents.
View Citation; summary. Astute analysis of the work of a great Israeli poet through the lens of psychoanalysis, gender, nationalism, and trauma by: 3. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Atkinson, Meera.
Poetics of transgenerational trauma. New York: Bloomsbury Academic, Displaced Memories: The Poetics of Trauma in Argentine Women's Writing. Bucknell University Press, By M. Edurne Portela. The book is divided into five chapters and a final chapter which includes her summarized thoughts and conclusions.
Towards a Poetics of Racial Trauma: Lyric Hybridity in Claudia Rankine’s Citizen MARY-JEAN CHAN The longevity of the lyric belies persisting diﬃculties in terms of its deﬁnition and categorization, In his seminal book The Lyric Poem: Formations and Transformations, editor Marion Thain notes that “where ‘lyric’ is a form, it.The poetics of memory-making take us to the realm of narratives that are throbbing and alive; susceptible to change with every telling.
Panjabi’s book needs to be read keeping in mind the vast gaps between women and their differential access to modes of narrating and practices of making history.
As I try to think about poetic approaches to gendered trauma, the “book of men” is a phrase—a name for a genre—that I keep returning to with excitement and trepidation. The idea of creating such a book, having such a book to hold or throw or bury, is as blood-rushingly powerful as it .